I opted out of Medicare several years ago. This means I don't see Medicare patients other than in the emergency room when I'm on unassigned ...
In 2003 (yes this blog is that old) I wrote this piece, “ Billing like lawyers .” Then, Bob Wachter, MD, tweeted this article, “ Time-Based ...
And only half of respondents indicated that they had any sort of disaster plan in place for their practice, their home or any other health care facility.
Medicare has proposed going back 10 years to collect overpayments, longer than current time periods required to maintain medical records. A...
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Only 4% of doctors surveyed said they would prefer to practice in communities of 25,000 people or less. ... Also:. --Only 1% preferred solo practice, while 32% would prefer to be employed by a hospital, up from 22% in 2008.
2) Can be embedded or linked from any eLearning content or Learning Management System. ... He is interested in use of technology in education, social media and networking, practice management and evidence-based medicine tools, personal information and
PRACTICE MANAGEMENT. As always, the Medicare program hassome changes for the new year. ... General practice 2%. Hematology/ 2%oncologyInfectious diseases 1%. Nephrology 0%. Pulmonary disease 1%.
Katzoff, vice president for practice management and consulting services for the American Gastroenterological Association. ... to-face service by anyone in the practice for at least three years.
The College has information about EHRs and practice improvement, and on related advocacy efforts. ... Eleven medical societies and two more practice management societies provide content.
It has been a busy time for news about the Sunshine Act and Open Payments . I was asked to present pertinent information about the Sunshine ...